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    Historia del arte y la cultura Prehispánica


    Mexico Prehispánico

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    Where chocolate gets its start -- Mayordomo, Oaxaca Mexico

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    Texas Horned Toad, the official state reptile

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    Codex Vaticanus B - Mayahuel

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    Goddess of tequila agave plant - Mayahuel

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    Tequila: History and Legend. Mayahuel, maternal and fertility goddesses in Mexica mythology

    Tequila: History and Legend. | Mexico In Depth

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    Mythologies contain extraordinary love stories whose main characters have transcended space, time and even their corporeal forms to become something far larger. That world-famous Agave plant based drink, is very much a part of this honoured list along with the Sun, Earth, Sunflowers, etc. Here’s how the story goes. The beautiful, young Aztec goddess Mayahuel seduced the handsome, strapping Quetzalcoatl, God of Redemption and the two were married. But not for long.

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    Monolito de Diosa Azteca (mexica) Museo de Antropologia e Historia

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    Chalchihuitlicue Her name means jade or turquoise skirt in Nahuatl and she's also the patroness of childbirth. Makes sense, water and chidbirht.The view of her back gives a clear view of the Aztec costume of...

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    Quetzalcoatl

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    Quetzalcoatl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Quetzalcoatl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Quetzalcoatl Posters from Zazzle.com

    Quetzalcoatl Posters from Zazzle.com

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    Kukulcan, the Snake God of the Mayans

    Residential Aliens – kukulcan

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    Quetzalcoatl, as depicted in the Codex Magliabechiano (16th century)

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    HowStuffWorks "Toltec Indians"

    HowStuffWorks "Toltec Indians"

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    Codex Borgia (Messicano Borgiano)

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    --Page 09-- Codex Cospi (Loubat 1898)

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    Codex Mendoza - military uniforms

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    Codex Mendoza - An elderly Aztec woman drinking pulque

    Anthropology of Food--University of Minnesota Duluth

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    Codex Zouche-Nuttall - ritual nose-piercing

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    Codex Bodley

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    Codex Laud

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    Codex Borbonicus. The god Xipe and culebra quetzalcoatl on the fourteenth week of the tonalpohualli.

    Codex Borbonicus, p. 16.

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    Huitzilopochtli, patron of the Panquetzaliztli festival, Codex Tudela

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    Codex Laud

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